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fCVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. II., tHUI&DAV, J.tf. i8, 1806.
Published TJvcry Day Except Sunday,
at l. iv ng Street, Honolulu,
T H , by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINQTON. .Editor
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Honolulu, County of Oahu)
C. O. DOCKUB, Business Manager of
the Dullctln Publishing Company, Lim
ited, being first duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says. That the following
Is a truo nnd correct statement of cir
culation for tho week ending Janu
ary 12, 1906, of tho Dally and Wcok
ly Editions of tho Evening Bulletin:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday. Jan. 6 2359
Monday, Jan. 8 2121
Tueiday, Jan. 9 2110
Wednesday. Jan. 10 2113
Thursday, Jan. 11 2100
Friday, Jan. 12 2103
Average Dally Circulation 2153
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tueiday, Jan. 2nd, 1906 2387
Number of Weeklies dellveerd on
the Islond of Hawaii atone ....1043
COMBINED guaranteed average
By C. O. BOCKUS,
Subscribed nnd sworn to be
fore me this 13thday of Jan
ISEALJ uary. 19"G.
i. ii. BurtNnrrn.
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
JAN 18. 1900
PUBLIC SPIRIT AND GARBAGE CANS
Tho appearance nt rarlous street
corners of containers for tho wnste
paper and refuse that from carelessness
finds its way to the general clutter of
main thoroughfares, should bo accom
panied by a popular realization that
these affairs are for use, not ornament.
Only by use can they be considered as
Thcso evidences of a deslro to havo
the streets of tho city present a bettor
eppcaranco may not appeal to the ordi
nary Individual as of very great im
port. Onco tho people, wako up to tho
fact that It Is worth while to BUbstltuto
thoughtfulness for carelessness, then
public spirit Is beginning to give bud
ding demonstration of life.
Tho person who takes the troublo to
think that his city will bo more attract
ive If tho waste paper he would other
wise throw In tho street were put
whero It belongs and then acts accord
ingly, thereby adds ono to tho force nt
work for chic Improvement. It Is one
example for others ono, more step to
ward tho formation of a public l.ablt
that Is a good one. Soon ho and oth
ers will do It Involuntarily.
By giving attention to the llttlo
things, tho apparently Insignificant do
tnlls of chic neatness, a thoughtful
sentiment Is created. There should be
the snine Interest In having tho streets
of tho city as a wholo look well, that
is usually shown In sweeping tho floors
end cleaning tho windows at homo.
Tubllc spirit can bo displayed In tho
use of tbo garbago can, and lack of
public, spirit by the neglect of It.
Every citizen likes to bo classed
nmoug the persons proud of their
town. Taking caro that wasto shall
not bo thrown Into tho street Is a good
means of getting Into that class.
PAYNE, PATRIOTISM AND HAWAII'S
The HonorabU Sereno Payno, leader
of tho House of Representatives, Is
raid to havo Intimated in rather direct
terms that he Is not favorable to tho
plan to Bet aside 75 per cent, of
the Federal revenues collected In
Hawaii for expenditure on fortifica
tions, other Federal work and In tho
cause of education.
Mr. Payno has a right to an opinion.
Wo havo no doubt that there wcro
leaders In Congress who opposed tho
Morrill Act setting asldo tracts of
Federal land In the States and Terri
tories, the Income from which was to
ho devoted to the establishment of col
leges of Agrlculturo and Mechanic
Arts. Possibly some ono aroso to say
that the States and Territories should
take caro of their own educational af
But the far-sighed men fired with
broad patriotism prevailed. Tho spo'
clal legislation was enacted which wax
tbo basis for our present magnificent
There were opponents to tho plan
for creating a fund derived from pub
lic land sales, to be expended In pro
viding water for tho arid lands of tho
) west. It was certainly legislation lu
'which tho eastorn States did not profit
except as their Interests are served In
all national development.
But tho fa'r-seelng" men of broad pa
triotism appreciated the great benefit
of tho work and tho law was put
through which will start prosperous
homes where the cactus has hitherto
Now Hawaii asks that seventy flvo
tier rent, of tho revenuo collected hero
shall be spent on Federal work within
, tho Territory for tho period of twenty
rears. This is asked as a guarantco
that tho great national necessities
fortifying against possibility of suc
cessful attack by a foreign foe and de
veloping educational facilities for our
cosmopolitan population shall not,
cannot be overlooked by Congress In
the rush of rato legislation, Statehood
law making that may have a leading
legislation that may have a leading
position In tho present or future Con
gressional mind. It Is to establish a
fund from which Congress shall each
year appropriate for Federal not Ter
ritorial nork In Hawaii without fear
of any of this nationally Important
work being choced through the com
petition of other Congressional (lis
trlcts or the nbsenco of a river ap.d
The request Is not unworthy of pres
entation by a people Inspired with mo
th es of the highest patriotism. It Is
tho legitlmato subject for n display of
brond patriotism by members of Con
cress, In Hon. Sercno I'nine.
Docs some ono say, "We'll look nftcr
you. We understand this national bus
iness better than vott fio. We'll appro-
ywuie iur ivuciui nuijv in iiunuu j not
as often ns requirements demand."
t',t liAallnti In ilitrnnai flint anil.
ftihlal trt,lnnrt1 tml lfr ltnntl ttimtt
11V IIIDHW1W BUftb., IUU1 OKV1.
will not be tho case. It Is better In tho
long run to tako Into consideration the
tendencies of appropriating bodies and
ccaslonal forgctfulncss of public men,
lu this connection, stop and consider
how many State Universities would
hate been established had It not been
for the Morrill Act?
How many acres of desert land
would luivo been reclaimed for tho
benefit of all citizens, had it not been
for tho Irrigation law I
Approach It from any direction you
may, tho proposed rebate of sevont
Gve per cent, of Hawaii's Federal rov
miles Is ono that calls for action based
on tbo -samo unselfish patriotism and
tar-bighted common sense that was
displayed In the Instances noted The
cause is not ono whit less worthy lr
Its national phase.
It will be extraordinary If Congress
acts in a manner to suggest that pa
triotism, statesmanship, and develop
ment along American lines docs not
nnnly when tho Territory of Hawaii I
calls for a program that will further
guarantco tho safety and progress of
American Interests In the l'aclflc
"Shooting and Fishing," n well
known New York sporting weekly, con
tains tho following article of Interest
lo local riflemen In Its lssuo of Jan. 4.
Tho growth of interest in tho mat
ter of ride practlco in this country
since tho organization of tho National
L'oard for tho Promotion of Hlfio Prac
tice, Is highly gratifying, and every
thing posslblo Is being dono to stlmu
lutu that Interest and to increase tho
facilities for target practlco In tbo
various States and Territories
throughout tho United States. Now
shooting clubs aro constantly being
foracd and affiliated with the National
Ulllb Association of America, which co
operates with the National Board. It
the United States possessed n million
of men known to be track shots, tho
possibilities of a war with foreign na
tloni would be greatly reduced, nnd It
was with this lden In view that the Na
tlonal Board for the Promotion of Rifle
Practice was organized.
"A deeper Interest In this matter has
been taken by tome or our Island pos
sessions than by many of our States
The llaunllans appreciate tho advant
age of every man being ablo to lilt tho
object at which ho shoots, since In case
tho United Statc3tliould becomo In
volved In a war the Island of Hawaii
would be ono of the most vulnerable)
points to attack. Upon the rctuin of
a team sent last jear to tako pait In
tho national rifle match at Seagirt. N
J, the Hawaiian Ullle Association was
formed, and, at a recent meeting of
that hod), It was voted to nflillato with
the N. R A. of A. Col. J. W. Jones
has offered the uso of tho Kakaako
ilflo range to tho association, and It
Is proposed to hold n Bhoot thero about
the first of January."
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TOM MASS0N, HUMORIST.
Tom Mnsion, whoso clover new book, "A Corner In Women," It one of th.
funtilt-st volumes of the )cnr, Is uuuinglug editor uf Life unit u c-ontritmtor of
witty, satirical nnd philosophical vine mid prow lo the niiiguzliios, Mr. tl
son's full inline Is Thulium Lansing Muhsoii, but lie picrcix me brief pen iiitui'i
Tom Mnssou Hit motto for a uiiirrlecl mini is, "lie nine- uu me ulit. men
keep It to yourself."
Judge I.liuh'jy has, on th petition
of Mary J iilikcnn, Istttud on order
for Tho !)lckron to show ctuso why
ho should not he adjudged KJl'ty of con
tempt bir 'liohylng tho mint's order
UP TO DATE STYLES
Made On The Premises
By Skilled White Labor
L. B, KERB & GO. Ltd
don't wait too long
are about sold out
as to wear and appearance.
to pay the i lulntlff oilmen) In tho sum
of $M 'i wiek Mrs. i;Vlon shows
that slnco the divorce was granted on
November 14, 1901, tho llbolleo has
paid only 15 in December, 1S0S. Sho
shows that she Is dependent on the
nllihony for tho support of herself and
her two children. Ono of them, a son,
was working until December 1C, 1005,
when ho was disabled by an accident.
It Is further shown that Dickson U
n marine carpenter, capable of earning
(5 a day, but ho spends his earnings
in riotous living nnd drink, nnd has
regularly refused to pay tho alimony.
"Is this a onc-horso town?" asked
tho tombstdno drummer as he supped
on the eight-hour flyer nt Bow Neck.
"W'a-all, stranger," responded tho sta
tion loafer, "I guess you might call It
a one-mule town." "Why so? Tho
folks do so much kicking." Chicago
Dally Now s.
HOUSES TO LET
HOMES FOR SALE
LOTS FOR SALE
"Jrent nD company
938 FORT STREET.
It Is Cool
JU8T THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL SORTS OF AMU8EMENT,
ALL KIND8 OF RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORT8 OF HOME,
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co , or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 53.
On Sunday, tho Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr, n, leaves at 8:22 a. m
returmr;, tnlve In Honolulu at 10:10
p. m. ,
HILO MASONIC TEMPLE
S Hllo, Jan. 16. Tho Masonic $
i Hall Association at Its meeting !
Saturday last decided definitely 4
to built a flno brick and Mono i
i building upon their lot recently S
5 purchased of the Territory nt the t
s corner of Walanucnuo and Bridge 4
! streets. The lot extends 76 feet ?
5 on Walamicnue and 100 feet on
Bridgo street. The building will 4
i bo two stories In height with base- s
i ment and, It Is estimated, will cost S
S' nt least $30,000. Tho upper story
!' will bo used for lodge purposes, ?
$ while the lower will be construct- $
ed for tho use of business houses, ''
j- etc, Tho building will bo an orna- -i
t ment to a ery prominent corner.
' Construction will begin In the
b summer, tho Association not com- 2
ing Into possession of the prop-
crty till July, at tho termination
of the leases now In effect on tho f
l property. Trlbuno. $
SAY i I.
Charles Notlcy declares that accord
Ing to Section 17, Chapter 7, of the
County Act, Chairman Ceo. V. Smith
of tho Board of Supervisors cannot
cnvo tho County to go to Washington
ns a member of tho 75 percent, rove-
nuo delegation, becauso tho law de
clares that every Supervisor must
'contlnuo to reside" In his district.
W. C. Achl and others have also, in
tho last few days, raised this ques
County Attorney Douthllt, Attorney
J. V. Cathcart and other prominent
uttornojs smile broadly at tho conten
tion nnd brush It nsldo by n statement
that, although Mr. Smith leaves for,
Washington on this mission, ho con-1
Unties to "reside" within his district,
within tho meaning of tho law, having I
his residence here.
Following is tho section which Is
claimed to prohibit a Supervisor leav
ing tho County:
Section 17 Any perfon shall be clip
llilo to fill any elective oinco created by
tho provision of this Act who shall be
a citizen of the United States of Amer
ica and of the Territory of Hawaii, and
who shall have been n duly qualified
elector of sold Territory and of tho
County In which hn shall bo elected for
at least ono J ear next prior to his elec
tion, and In rase of tho members of the
Board of Supervisors, tho same quali
fications shall be required and, In addi
tion thereto, they shall continue to re
side within the Dlttrlct from which
they wcro elected during tho period
of their Incumlicniyf provided, how
ever, that no person shall be elected
County Attorney who shall'not, In add!
Hon to tho foregoing qualifications, be
a duly licensed attorney admitted to
practlco in tho Supreme Court of the
Territory of Hawaii and nave practiced
law In tho County in which he shall bo
a candidate for at least one year.
LEAVING MONTHS AGO
Several months ngo threo Japanese
fishermen started for Kauai lu a. med
lum-slzcd sampan. Nothing has ever
been hoard of the in and It Is feared
tho trio has been loot. James McCreadv,
Uio government Inspector at moorings,
who has charge of the sampans at Chan
pel wharf, was told by ono or the local
Japanese fishermen somo time ngo Unit
none of tho number had over heard of
tho sampan's arrival at Kauai, Thb
(l3hermcn on different occasions havo
made Inquiries along the wutcrfiont of
men on vcsselt going to and from the
Island but have never found any traco
of tho men,
It Is possible that the Japanese
changed their minds and might havo
gone to ono of tho other Islands Tho
sampan In which tho men left Honolu
lu was a pretty good boat of its kind.
However, It might havo encountered
rough seas and been broken to pieces
and tho threo fishermen drowned. No
reports of parts of a sampan washing
ashore on any nt tho Island has been
brought to this port since the boat left
and the Japanese still havo hopes that
their friends are safe somewhere and
it worlc fishing as usual.
P. A. Davli, corporal In tho marine
service, was arraigned In tho Tollro
Court this morning and charged with
having turned In a false II ro alarm
early yesterday morning. He pleaded
not guilty. At the request of tho pros
ecution the hearing was continued until
tomorrow. Assistant Sheriff Henry
Vlda is still at work on the case secur
ing evidence against Davis. The pris
oner will CDgage on attorney to plead
MOSQUITO FISII DISPLAY
One hundred and fifty of the mos-qulto-catlng
fish that have Been so ten
derly cared for In tho streams of Mo
analtia by Capt, Paul Smith will bo
placed on exhibition today In the win
dow of one of the business houses of
tho city. Tho fish will bo fed at 9 n.
in. and 2 p. m., special mosquito larvae
being secured to show the public how
theso full devour the mosquito and
clear tho ponds and any other breeding
New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bou;ht at prices nueh below the market on ac
count of our taking a whole consignment.
The goods are well known and we are able to sell them upon spe
cially favorable terms.
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
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The delicious flavor of this butter and Its unvarying quality
have won for It a popularity enjoyed by no other brand. We
deliver It at your housj In hard, cool bricks.
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The ORIQINAti remedy that
DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS LOADED.
JWo.it young nnd middle-need men
nfvr know that their sctlps are
loaded with tnlcroblc growth, until
Iho hnlr has "eons oft." Nature .end.
her wnrnlnK. of dandran. Itching
vcnlp and falling hnlr but the discov
ery of tho dandruff germ I. too re
Drag stu'. i to. SnJ iec tUmpl to IIERPILIDC CO , Deri II. D.lroll.AUU Icr Simrlt
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Applications at Prominent Darber Shop..
WELL MAN! WHO?
Who repairs, cleans and presses your clothes?
Don't you know that th place to get good work for the least cost It
uucuuitn in, manager.
HILO MASONS INSTALL
Hllo, Jan 1C Kllauea I.odgo No
S30, I". & A. M., Saturday night In
stalled officers for tho year 10'OC, as
follows: Worshipful Master, Wm. T.
llaldlng; Senior Warden, n. N.
Holmes; Junior Warden, Wm. McKay
Jr.; Treasurer, Adam Lindsay; Secre
tary, O. II, Vicars; Chaplain, Chas. W,
Hill; Marshal, James Henderson; Se
nior Deacon, D, A, Loobenstcln; Ju
nior Deacon, It, C. Kennedy; Senior
Steward, Thomas Guard; Junior Stew
ard. A. C. Gibb; Tyler, Wc. S. Dohra.
Thero was a largo attendance of
inembors of tho order from Hllo and
vicinity, and a number wero present
from tho other islands and sovcral
At tho conclusion of tbo installation
tercmonles, thoso assembled repaired
to Hotel Demosthenes, wboro an elab
orate banquet had been prepared for
them. After enjoying the good things
nf tho tablo, toasts wero responded to,
(ntorspcrsed with music, in occordanco
with tho following program, Wm. Mo
Kay Jr. presiding as toastmaster:
"Tho Most WorBhlpful Orand Lodgo
of California" Bro. F. A. Mcdcalf
Music Hawaiian Quintet Club.
"Tho President of the United Statoa"
Ilro. O. W. Hill.
"Kllauea Lodge No. 330, P. & A. M."
Ilro. G. H. Williams, P. M.
"Tho Master and Officers of tbo
Coming Year" Ilro. W. T. Balding,
Music Hawaiian Quintet Club.
"Our Visiting Brethren" Uro. Q. II.
"Our New Templo" John Troup
-Music Hawaiian Quintet Club.
"Our Departed Brethren" lu si
lence. To all Masons, whithersoever dis
persed. "Auld Lang Syne,"
Tho chief topic occupying the atten
tion of tho speakers bf tho evening wag
the new templo which tbo Masonlo
Hall Association has decided upon
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cent for the public to realize the dan
ger of neglect. Ncwbro. Herpicide
pooltlvcly destroy, tho dnndruff ml
crlbe: stop, falling hair and protect,
the scalp .gainst reinfection. A de
lightful hair dreulng. Stop. Itching
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prove. It. coodncM. Save your balr
while you havo liAtr to save.
Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
STRIKES ROUGH WEATHER
Tho Claudlno arrived early this
morning from 'Mnul ports. Sho took
44 horses from Kavvalhae to McGreg
or's landing. Considerable rough
weather was encountered. Landing
could not be made at cither Nahlku
cr Keanae on account of tho heavy ,
seas A heavy swell was running. In
attempting to land goods at Lahalna
n small boat was swamped and tho
cargo conBldorably damaged. It. was
brought back to Honolulu.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Jan. 17, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Oahu Collcgo by trs to Samuel A
II Itenjes by atty to Mamlo A Schu
Mamlo A Schuman and hsb to Aug
ust Hnneberc , i M
With n Pond and hsb to Caroline O
Bank of Hawaii Ltd to A F Cooko tr
Bishop & Co to A V Gear Ilel
II F Wlbhman and wf to Protestant
Episcopal Church D
Entered for Record Jan. 18, 1908,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Kcalanul K Kamalll and hsb to Wal
ter H Hayseldcn tr ... I.. ... ...D
William Keanu and wf to Walter 11
Hayseldcn tr p
llanaumakallllll Keanu to Walter II
Hayseldvn tr D
Kalnoa Keanu and wf to Walter II
Haysedeu tr D
A lot of material, Including 70,000
feet of lumber for McGregor's landing
near Maalaea bay. Maul, was loaded
onto the steamer Helcne today. vThe
vessel sails at 5 p, m. Cotton Bros,
havo the contract from the Territorial
government for the construction of tis
landlng. The contract was let some
months ago. The Job will cost the Ter
ritory a little more than 15300. I,ub-
orers win be secured on Maul,
ber of men from here will go on tho-
Helene to work on the Job.